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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1912.
SEVEN ' SCOOP, the Cub Reporter iV STIU. .DOING ASSIGNMENTS ! m--- . ; SCOOP INTERVIEVS A VERY LOVING COUPLE. 1.;T OU IP-. . OU DOrVT OUl-r it! QJ J K2? Sir r t By "HOP." CLOSE AND VK6 J IhoneY, Voojl A PEEK AT I . iBO0 :r SEEMED SO. "Jack' la always in her wake," "la aha k dead ana?' . "Whaf do you meanT" "Blie ibuat b to have a waka." ran liinie J IF YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL FOR SALE. Results lrom Journal Want Ads LEGAL NOTICES. call ron mm. Notice la hereby given that sealed nmposaJs will be received forv the purchase' of $2,000.00 of the bonds of School .District No, 6, Los Pudillas, In the county of Hernalillo, New Mex ico, to be Issued iiion the authority of an election duly called nml held in said school district on the 1st day of July, 1912, suid election havins been called and held for the purpose of voting upon the question of the Is sue of said bonds in pursuance or and in,, conformity with Section 1 54 2, compiled laws of New Mexico, (1807), in accordance to requirements of the state constitution; and at which said election it was decided that the Issue of the bonds aforesaid be made, gald bonds are to be dated July 1, 1912. to be of the denomination of five hun dred dollars each, bear Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, running for a period of twenty years, redeemable lifter ten years. Both principal and interest payable at the office of the county treasurer of Bernalillo coun ty Soljool District No, r, R.-irdus, in the county of Hernalillo, New Mexico, to be issued upon the authority of an election duly called and held In said school district, on the 1st day of July 1912, said election having been called and held for the purpose of voting upon the question of the isstie of said bonds in pursuance of nnd In con1 fortuity with Section 1542, compiled laws of New Mexico, (1897), In ac cordance to requirements .' of the slate constitution; and ' at "'' which said election it was decided that the issue of the bonds aforesaid be marie, .said bonds arc to be dated July 1, 1912, to' be of the denomination of five hundred dollars each, bear inter est at the rate of six per cent per annum, payable semi-uiinually, run ning for a period of twenty years, re- deenuiMe after ten years. Holh prin cipal and Interest payable at the of fice of the county treasurer of Her nalillo county, at his office in Old Albuquerque, New Mexico. The proposals should tbe .addressed to M. Miindell. county trcfiwirer. Old AlbiiMiierMiie Will McvlcO.-TPro.mBals ' VhtHM $. NC t NW roslofflce. will be publicly openedf peptember 21, 1912, at 10 o'clock M. Treasurer Rernu $2700 S ncre. of good land, clnst' In, alfalfa, garden, good elx-room house, lurce two-slory barn, suit able for dairy. $1800 10 acffrs of land, two miles roni- postoflik-e, large ham, other $?00'-B-ro6rrt 'frnm; moderns North Sixth street, near cur line, ' easy terms. I2CS0 8 room, 2 story frame dwell ing, modern, corner lot, on car Una, Fourth ward. , $1100 6-room frame and t-room frame on lot toil 4 2, on car line; terms. y ' $1860 5 -room Tranno, modern. 12th St., on car line: terms. $40007 room, 2 story, modern resi dence, hot water heat, 76 ft. lot, lawn, good outbuildings, closa In, terms. MONFY TO I.OAJT. I'lUK INSORANCK. A. Fleischer 11 Somh I'ourlli Street. N. VUELL, County. nuance of u decree rendered Irt' the above, cause, the undersigned, Special Master, will, on the seventh , day of October, 1912, at the front door of the court houso of 'Sandoval county, at'the hour of ten o'clock in the fore noon of said day, selt at public auc- i tlon to the highest bidder for cash, i the following real estate, situate in the county of Sandoval and state of Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office. Santa Fe, N. M., Aug. 22, 1912. Notice Is hereby given that Re becca J, Eden, widow of Alexander Eden, of Albuquerque, N. M., who on April duin, riiuue, uunieaieuu j Xcw Mexico, towit; entry,. jvo. ii,2i, tor N. i-z, a. w. 1-4, N. 1-2, S. K. 1-4, Section 14, Township 10 N, Range 6 E, N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of Inten tion to muke final '3-yeor proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before II. R. Whiting, Bargain in Ranch Forty-three acres, 25 acres In alfal fa. ;Five room house, .good oiitlmild lnKB. If you want it Rood ranch, hd us sHow you ihlM one. " ' ""' ' ' ' ' '' Porterfield Co. FIRE INSURANCE AND LOANS. 216 West Gold. FOR RENTRooms. FOR RKNT Furalahad rooms; tnod rn; aoalck. Apply I0IH W Central. rciH RENT Modern roostt. Grande Hotel, lit W. Central, Kit $1,100 BUYS FOR RENT Furnished, rooms, mod xrn. ail S Wulter St. l''UK llKNTTTtModern sleeping ruoin bh car line, .320 S. Kdlth St. l''tU JIKNT- Furnished rooms, tumid If desired. 422 AV. Marquette. j FOR RENT Modern front rooni Hoard if desired. 421 W, Copper. Full RENT Furnished room with board, near sanllarluius. I20H li Central avenue. Good four room cottage., extra large lot, 10 big frultilrees, good ootbuild Injjs, chickens,1 household goods, etc. Owner leaves on the 10th Inst. Bet ter seo us quick. $400 buys small box' house and lot on North Second. It Is also a bargain. FUR RENT Very desirable, lain airy rooms, modern, reasonable. No sick. 417 S. Arno. I'hone 1 599 W. FOR RENT Newly furnished front room; modern, close In. sis W. Silver avenue. . FUR RENT Two largo mil in nislicd rooms and porch; no sick. 100H N. Second street. , FUR RENT Larue, newlv furnished rooms, with or without board, no sick. 21(1 W. Stover, i FOR RENT STORAGE, WANTED I'lanor, household goods, etc., stureO safely at reasonable rates- Advance made, I'lione 640, Tne PtMUrlly Wurehouso & Improve ment Co. Offices: Rooms 3 and 4, tlrant block, Third St. and Central. FOR SALE Real Estate. A HOME FOR SALE. In the Highlands, close to the shop, on street car line. Four-room fruma, modern, nearly new; large screened porches, shade trees, chicken yards, etc. Part cash, balance easy pay ments. Call at (14 South Edith street. PROFESSIONAL, CARDS ATTORNEYS. R7vT7r7iTYAlr Attorney-at-Law. Office In First National Hank tlnlld lug, Albuquerque, N, M. WII-SON X 1.1 AVIS Attorneys-at-I.avr. Rooms 1B-17-1S Crcniwcll Hulldlng. Ites. I'hone 1D22W; Office I'hona 1172. Two modern furnished rooms for light housekeeping. ' . No k need apply. KOfi W. Ixiad.. ; United Statea Commissioner, at I Albuquerque, N. M., on the 15th day at his office In Old Albuquerque, of October, 1812. New Mexico. , The proposals should be addressed to M. Mandell, county treasurer, Old Albuquerque, New Mexico. Proposals will be publicly opened September 21, 1912. at 10 o'clock, a. in. M. MANDELL, Treasurer Bernalillo County. CALK FOIUMDH. Notice is hereby given that scaled proposals will be received for the purchase of $2,500.00 of the bonds of CARD SIGNS FOR SALE. The Journal now haa a full assort ment of Card Signs on hand. ' Tou can certainly find what you want In the following- list: "Furnished Rooms for Rent," "Unfurnished Rooms for Rent," "For Rent." "For Sale," "Rooms for Rent," "Furnished Rooms for Light Housekeeping," "Room and Board," "Table Board." "Rooms for Light Housekeeping," "House for Sale," "Housa for Rent," "Plain Sewing." "Dressmaking." The cards will be sold at the low price of 10 cents each. Call at the business office. Claimant names as witnesses: Andy J. King, of Barton, N. M.; Har mon Owen, of Barton, N. M.; Wil lis Klack, of Barton, N. M.i John Davis, of Barton, N, M. MANUEL OTERO, Aug. 24; Sept. 23. Register. IfsfREEl To You Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office. Santa Fe, N. M., Aug. 9, 1912, Notice is hereby given that Fran Cisco Lion, of Laguna, N. M., who, on July 10, 1907, made home. stead entry. No. 11725, for N. E. 1 section 8, township 8 N.. range 6 W, N.- M. P. meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make five-year proof to establish claim to the land above described before Silvestre Mirabel IT. i. ' commissioner, at San Rafael N. M.., on the 7th day of October, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses Hugh Johnson. Juan Jose Torres, Le vantonlo Klsero, Toriblo Santiago, all of Laguna, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. Aug. 10; 5ept. . 1 The Morning Journal is Giving Away FREE the Sure-Cut fen Opener V with 50c Prepaid Want-Ad This Can Opener ii made of heavy steel, 10 inches long, nickel plat ed, ebonized handle, serves aj both bottle and caa opener. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office. Santa Fe. N. M.. Aug. 15. 1912 Notice Is hereby given that Cecillo Martinez, of Juan Tomas, who, on February 15. 1910. made homisicad application, serial No. 012406, for 120 acres, R. 1-2, SW. 1-4, NW: 1-2, SW, 14, section 4, township 9, range 9 R N. M. P. meridian, has file:! no tice of Intention to make final three- year proof, to establish claim to tne land above described, before II. R Whitltig. at Albuquerque, on the 11th day of October. 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Jose K. Carpenler. Jose Jaramillo y Baca, Carlos Herrera, Justo Martinez, all of Juan Tomas. MANUEL R. OTKRO, Register. Ang. 17-Srpt. LKGAI, XOTH i:. In the District Court of Sandoval County, State of New Mexico. . No. 51. Altagracia Salazar, et al, plaintiff, vs. Hiram D. Cartwright, et al, defen dants. ; Notice Is hereby given that, in pur- The f.!orn:.ig Itrjmd SUNPROOF Paint la equal tot an paint sold In New Mexico up t this time. We are closing it out at $1.71 per gallon, which Is below coat. 4 to make room tor a new una. Sun Proof retails In eastern cities at from tl.lt to $.$ par gallon. THJC BUPaTRIOR LUMBER WU CO. w -"inamsitsaitttll A tract of land, known as the Ojo de Jlorrego Grant, bounded on the west by a small table land, where the Jemes road and the Zla road to wards Cochiti come togelher; on the south by the Jemes road; on the north by a line parallel with and two leagues north of said Jemes road, and on the east by a line running north and south two leagues east of the small table land forming the west boundary. said tract belnK two leagues square, and containing, ac cording to the official survey thereof, 1 6,079.81 acres of land, reference to which is hereby made for more pa ticular description. Said sale of said real estate to be mailo free and clea of all taxes and other liens against said premises. HARRY P. OWEN, Speciul Master. Sept. 7-14-21-28. THAXtON & CO. 21 1 W. Colli. Phone 037 FUR RUNT Two lurse . furnlahed rooms for Ht;ht housekeeping. Ap ply 635 S. llroadway. FUR RKNT Two rooms furnished for , light housekeeping, screen porch, fill. 734 S. Arno. WHAT WE DO Build and sell homes on your own terms. New houses now ready. See us before Investing;. HOME REALTY CO. 103 W. Central. HELP WANTED Female. WNTKDA-mno V belp'Tn kitchen. Call at 823 S. Fourth St. FUR RKNT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, with porch;' also room with sleeping porch. 625 H, Kdlth.. FUR SAI.K 320-acre ranch with never failing spring. Ideal place for cattle or sheep. Only $3.50 per acre. To boo Is to buy. Thuxion Co. roit nai.i:. Choice lots, single or In blocks. C R i ) KH A N - K K N N I : 1 ) V A I I I T 1 u N . See map at J. M. .MOOIiH RHALTV CO., or any leading real eslule agency. Come quick for choice level lots at buyer's own terms. DENTISTS. Kit, J. K. KRAIT ' Dental Surgeon. Room $-3, Kurnelt Kldg. Phone 744, Appoliiliiieiils Muibi by Mall. A. l. SIIOUTI.f:, M. !. ' ' Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Hours; 10 to 12. Phone 1177. 224 H W. Central Ave. Albuquerque Kanllarium. Pnotis 141. FOR SALE Houses. Full SAI.K-t-Strlctly modern 4-room . housq with sleeping porch, gus range, nHisonable terms to right party. Call Phone 1108. FUR RKNT To gentleman or lady of employment, one cosy little room, furnished for housekeeping it desired, 7.ii0. 810 S. Wulter. Ft nt R KNT Two In rge furnished sleeping rooms, modern conveni ences, no sick, gentleman preferred, M. L. Divine, 401 S. K.lilli. HELP WANTED Male. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 210 W. Silver. Plume 851 WANTED Teamsurs and laborers, $1.75, $2 and $2.25 a day ; all -round blacksmith, $75 and ioard; good waitress. ' ' VVANTKD An engineer that has som . knowledge of electricity. Address J. J., care Journal. WANTED Errand bova: Rcnn omlst. vv a. i f.u itoyM, ia to $20 per month. Call early. Western Un Ir.n. - WANTIOD wa Id's. -Hoy. Apply at Rosen VV'ANTKD Hunch hand. Apply lito (iriiiKle Iniltistrlal school. WAN 1'IClJ Younir man for dry goods store with some experience, one who speaks Spanish preferred, 2 W. Central. ' WK TKACII you a trade In a few months time; no expense but your work. Kiectnlciy, automobiles, plumb ing, brick laying. 100 satisfied work' men today; 40 Joba going. Catalog free, t'nited Trade School Contracting t o., i,os Angeles. an urruitTt.MTr for a live man selling our guaranteed Yakima valley grown nursery stock; exclu sive territoiy; outfit free; cash weekly; "hustle," not experience, re quired. Toppenish Nursery Com pany. Toppenish. Wash. . VVANTKD Two clerks, unmarried. for general merchandise store In country. Must understand stock keep nu and pulesmnnsliip. Uno speaking Spanish preferred. State age, rxperl- nce, references, salary expected. Board and room furnished. A. II. C, Journal office. WANTED--Salesmeri. SALESMAN Side line. To sell Jago Metal Polish to hardware stores nd garages. Requires little time; large sales; good commission; xcu- lve territory. Jago Manufacturing Co., Houston, Tex. WANTED tlln tor general work. Call at 234 N. Wulter. house- WANTED Girl for general house work. Cull for Lewlwi at Albright & Anderson's. 212 W. Gold. ' FOR RKNT Modern furnished and housekeeping- rooms, week or month. Westminster. Phone 1 073. FOR RENT Flats lor light house keeping. 404 N. Second street. A HOME FOR SALE) -room mod dern brick, cellar under half the house, lot 50x142, two acrcened porches, Highlands, on, car line, one block from Central ave. Cost to build $2,700, exclusive of lot.' $1,200 cash will handle It, balance at 6 per cent. Address owner, P. o. Box 663. city. FOR BALK Furnishings of 4-rooin bouse. 317 V, ( 'on . ' FOR SALE One Iron bed, 2 sunltary cols, 2 stoves, 1 book case, 1 .table, 2 dressers, 2 1-2 dozen chickens. W. H. tine, 1'niversity. : W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. , Practice Limited to Genito Urinary Diseases and Diseases of the Skin. The Wassermann and Noguchl Testa. Salvarsan "606" Administered. Citizens' Rank Building. ? Albuquerque, New Mexico. ;!:. k. woods, m. i. Physician and Surgeon, tirant Building. Phonna: Office, 1121; Res. H51W. lMt. C'i II. CONNICIt, Oslcoimtli. . Rooms 6-6. Stern Block. Phono oa.i-.TJiS. .ioskpii s, CIPIOS. m. Suite l-. Whiting Hldg. Motlrs;' B-ll a.m., 2-4 p.m., 7-$ p.m. Phone Office 1119; Res. 8t. 1H!S. TI LL Al JIAKiX, Specialists Eye, Ear, Nobc, Throat. Stale National Hank Bldg. Phono HUM, SOUUION L. III IITON, M. II. PliysU'lun mtcl Snrgcuu. Phone 617. Rarnelt Bldg. WOSIAX'S HOSPITAL iMcillcal, Sin uical an Obstetrical. 723 'X. Second St. 'JVI. lit. WANTED A school girl to take care of a by from, 4:30 to 6 p. m., be ginning Monday. Call at 213 West Marquette. . . , ..,'.,4 V FOR RENT Two or Ihreo rooms, furnished for housekeeping. 622 S. Edilh street. WANTED Apprentices In mll- llnery; Economist. WANTED Saleswomen at the Economist. None but thoroughly experienced need apply. FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry. FUR SALE 600 R. I. Reds and P. Rocks, old and young. 1318 S. Ulnlr. FUR SALE 18 hens, 1 ,i, years old. Orpington and R. I. Reds, ulso 20 fine pullets. 609 N. Eighth. FOR RENT Four liouaekeepuig rooms, modern. Also three . house keeplng rooms, modern. 820 S. 3rd. St. FOR RKNT Three rooms furnished I for housekeeping. Electric lights,. nam anu letepnone, ib. ion N. 1st hi. FOR SALE Miscellaneous. FtjR SAI.K 6-pus.veiiger louring cur, 111 12 model like new. (110 W. Hllvr FOR SAI.K Complete . photographic" outfit, 6x7 camera.. . printing ma- rhlne, developing outfit anip cheui lcnls, postcards. J, I. William, Pres oytcrian Sanllarlurn. PROFESSIONAL NURSES. CIradiiute Nurse and Masseuse, Treatment at Your Home, 309 1-2 W. Central Ave. Phon8 194, WANTED Miscellaneous. J0RJJETJT FOR It KNT B-ronm brlelc, complete ly furnished und niodi'rti.i closo In. The l.emler, :i09-3il W. Central. FOR It KNT Three-room nished, modern. 114 N. house, fur- illg Ii St. WANTED Curpet cleaning. W. A. noflPlione 668; 2116 K. Central. WANTIOD DresKtiiukliig and ,. plum 1 sewing. tii4 K. Lead Ave. FOR well SALE Young driving matched. 713 S. Kdlth. team, FOR SALE Bull terrier pups. Pit stock, gamencss guaarnteed. Ad dress T. If. Casey, Elephant Butte, N. M. FUR SALE First class team of young western horses, sound and well broken. Weigh 1.000 pounds each. Also good mountain wagon and har ness. Address, "Uwnor," box 634, or prone 806 city. THEY lay, they win, they pay. Won four firsts, one second, at state fair, Mil. R. C. R. I. Reds, Mottled An- conas and 8. C. White . Orpington. Eggs and chicks for sale. . L.i E. Thomas, P. O. Bog 111, 717 Eaat Hazeldlna. '.,.; BUSINESS CHANCES. $1.25 PER WORD inserting classified ads In H leading paper. In the IT. a Sen. for list. The Dake Adver tising Asency. 4 S3 Main Bt., Los An geles, or 12 Oearv Rt. San Francisco, FUR SALK A 6-cow dairy and equip ments with it. 1318 S. High St. FUlt SAI.K $440.00 peanut roaster arid popcorn machlno in good run ning order. Will sell for $126.00. Will make good money for right man. Ad drei.. W. .T. rt.ilnii. Oallnp. N. M. FOR SAI.K Moving picture show, only theater In town of 2,000, pay ing. Price $6110. Box li!HI, Artesla, N. M. AMIU To hire pony for two weeks with privilege of buying R j wanted. Must rlrlve and be wife f ir lady. Th.ixton & Co.. 211 W. (lobl. WA. I I'.IJ A horse weialima alioui 800 pounds; oiiii thai is hrolieit to work. Apply Sunshine Creamery. HOME comfort for the sick. Good food am! nursing. Special diets, i sanitary rooms. Prices reasonable. ISest references. Miss L. S. ALGICIL lies. 223 Hit. High St. I'hone I37M MtACHERS. mrs. t.iouitt.i; i;vj:iirr.. Teacher of piano forte playing and voice culture. Sliullo 413 W. Roma .. Phono 1 270.1 MARIAX MORtARTY 1 Announces the resuming of her classes in music. Studio 210 South HiKh. Phone 162UW, : WANTED If you need any papering, painting or cal.soruinln done, si- me befiii'H you let your Job, Address. Rosendo Arugon, .111 Tljeras avenue OOOD lloltHUS and mules. Drive or ride. WiisoiiMind llglit rigs for rent or sale, nt Simon inn-la, 1202 N. Arno SI. VETERINARY SCHOOLS S. F. VETERINARY COLLEGE be. gins Sept. 1(. No profession offers equal Opporlunlly. Catalog; free. C Keane, Pres., 181$ Market Bt, Baa Francisco. ATTORNEYS LOST. FOR SALE OR TRADE. ; FOR SAI.K OH THAIHC, " $85.00 B-flat cornet. Hansomo en- raved, silver satin finish. Cold bell nd tips; practically new. $15.00 violin and case. $26.00 Colt's 41 revolver. Ivory hnn- le. Shold holster. . , tliMU .Smith K- Wesson 38, pearl andle and holster. Ruhhertlrcd Studcbaker earrliise. What have you to trade? WRKillTS TRAIIIXC 1MJST, TIMrd and (ioM. J.VANTif WANTED Position by bookeejier and general office man; nble to take full charge of otfice nnd handle any set nt books; references from past employers, Addrcs II. ()., care Jour nal. PERSONAL. TO EXCHANGE EXCHANGE 160-acre farm one mile and a half from Estancla for Ibuquerque property. No roort- ntaea. Owner. P. O. not R. ry a Journal Want Ad. Results LADIES When delayed or Irregu - lar, use Triumph Pills; always de pendable. "Relief" and particulars free. Write National Medical Institute, Milwaukee. Wis. WANTED Livestock. WANTKD- Stephan. -Morse and buggy. 1'lllverslty Hill. WANTED Rooms. pVANTKD To nicely furnished rooms for housekeeping, close in; two ladles employed. E. M., care Journal. LUST III slxe, open face golil filled Elgin watch. No. n.UtlO.u'iO. lieward. Return to S. Vaun & Son. LUST liny pony (mare); 8 yiara old, weight 7 ;" to 800 pounds, bum mane and tall, two white feel, while spots on bin k, small limbs, good co-i-illtion'. lliiiuil "J" on left hip. l.lbir town til for return.. Thaxioii & Co, 211 West Gobi. . A.' B. Sleni ni.M-k. ROIIFHTSUN Ijivvvci. PlM.iie till. SANTA FE TIME TABLE. FOR RELIABLE TRUNKS, SUM CARES and hand bags, go to the Albuquerque Trunk factory. Repair ing. Phone 42S. $0 South B.oond TYPEWRITERS. UNDKIIWUUD Typewriter Co., W. Oold Ave. Phone 144. HI PIPE REPAIRING WANTED Pipes to repair. Richards, 111 W. Central. Joe Tlll-I STAGK FOR TIIK HOT SI'RI;S OF JK.MIC7., N. Leaves Albuquerque postofflce dally except Sundays at i a. m. Can carry three passengers at a time. First comes, firs, aerved. For tickets apply to nAVIXO GARCIA, Prop. 1401 H. Broadway. Phon 7&H. KsTevUfe Janaary M, Itli. Westbound. ArnTes 1 Cal. Express.... 7:20p 3 al. Limited. ...10:&a 7 Mrx.-Cal Exp... 10:1 Op I Cm I. Fast Mall. . ll:60p basttHiuiHI. t Tourist Exp... 8:$5p 4 Limited 6:86p 8 East Exp :6p It) Overland Exp., (:00a El Paso Trains. i 80$ Mex. Exp. , ...lt:tf 81 S El Paso Pass ; 810 From El Paao 6:00a 1$ From EI Paso (:2p Roewrll, Clovis ami Anaarlllo. Ill Pecos Val. Xxo 7:11 No. Ill Albuq. Kxp.. :ltf r. i. JOUNkOM, No, No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No No, No, No, No. Departs 8.10P 11:26a llSkp ll:4ta 4:lp f :ltp 7:lfp !:$$